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That's commitment.

In 1982, when he was only 14 years old, Robert Wardhaugh sat down to play a game of Dungeons and Dragons. Thirty-five years later, that same game is still go...
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90% accurate 🤣

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And so our journey ends. Let the adventure begin! But first, where's the pub?

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Last leg of the journey is on the back of a dragon. The air up high is fresh and crisp, a bit like the Halfling the beast gobbled up, just before take off.

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After camping out in the wilderness, our caravan continues West under the heat of the morning sun. We take a moment to worry about the wildlife.

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We have boarded the carrage and bound westward. We travel by day to avoid vampire attacks, but that damn bard sitting opposite is looking suspicious.

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Gary Gygax Day added a new photo to the album: Humour.
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We hope your having a fun game today

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Gary Gygax Day added 2 new photos to the album: Humour.
July 11, 2017

Gary Gygax Day is 5 years old today.
Spawned from drunken ideas on a pub crawl, are these not the best times to brain storm? Now to breakout the cake! But not before the paladin casts purify food and drink, I don't think I've ever seen a dwarf cook clean his hands 😂

Gary Gygax Day updated their cover photo.

The original Unearthed Arcana was written primarily by Gary Gygax, and published by game publisher TSR in 1985 for use with the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons first edition rules. The book consisted mostly of material previously published in magazines, and included new races, classes, and other material to expand the rules in the Dungeon Masters Guide and Players Handbook.

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Those role players look a bit subversive O_o

An FBI memo written during the Unabomber investigation describes roleplayers as 'armed and dangerous,' 'extremely intelligent individuals' and 'overweight and not neat in appearance.'
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